In this section:
This online tutorial describes how UK and EU law reports (of judgments) and legislation are prepared, produced and published. There is information about different types of legal sources, such as legal encyclopedias and dictionaries. This online tutorial concludes with information about how to cite your sources when writing about the law. It is useful to read through this material before each LRMSP class.
OSCOLA, the Oxford Standard for the Citation of Legal Authorities provides comprehensive information about how to cite legal references. Brief information about citing legal sources is also given on the LRMSP website:
- citing UK cases
- citing Acts and Statutory Instruments
- citing EU Treaties, Legislation and ECJ cases
- citing books
- citing journal articles